A listing has appeared on Tesco.com for a ‘next-gen’ version of Dark Souls 2. Originally launching in March 2014, the game only appeared on PS3, Xbox 360 and later, PC. With the amount of re-releases of past generation games coming to the new systems, this wouldn’t come as a surprise. Grand Theft Auto V, The Last of… Read more »
Microsoft announced yesterday that the July update for Xbox One will start rolling out this week. The update will feature the brand new Snap mode for achievements, double-tap to Snap and voice control support for new regions. Hit the jump to see the Snap mode for achievements in action.
A release date for the Destiny beta on Xbox has finally been revealed. On July 23, Xbox owners can jump into the action. PlayStation owners can start playing the beta on July 17. There is also some maintenance scheduled for the beta on July 21 and 22.
Mighty No. 9, the spiritual successor to Mega Man from creator Keiji Inafune, has revealed a new campaign for his new game. Below you can watch the announcement video.
A new trailer has released for Halo: The Master Chief Collection showcasing enemy-turned ally, the Arbiter. The trailer focuses on the background of the Arbiter and his journey before being labeled a heretic to his Covenant brethren. Halo: Master Chief Collection is slated for release November 11th, 2014.
Konami has revealed that PES 2015 (or Pro Evolution Soccer) will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and “additional formats” this fall and winter. The game is being co-developed by the Tokyo based PES studio and the newly formed team in Windsor, With catchphrase for the game being “The pitch is ours.”
This past week’s Japanese sales numbers are in, and Vita got a boost. Freedom Wars debuted at number one and doubled Vita sales over last week, but it wasn’t quite enough to top 3DS. Hit the jump for the breakdown on hardware and software sales.
Microsoft recently announced their decision to sell a cheaper, Kinect-free Xbox One model, doing away with the guaranteed Kinect install base idea. Everyone has different opinions on the decision, including game developers like Rare and GenGAME’s own Joel Palermo, and now even PlayStation boss Shuhei Yoshida has chimed in. Hit the jump to see what… Read more »
Virtual reality could be the next big thing in gaming, as many multi-billion dollar companies are investing some serious resources into it. Oculus VR (now backed by Facebook) has Oculus Rift, Sony has Project Morpheus, and now Microsoft is looking to dabble in the tech as well. Four patents all dealing with virtual reality and… Read more »
E3 finally showed a portion of Assassins Creed: Unity that wasn’t just a barren street or a 5-second shot of Paris. Along with single-player gameplay and trailers, the rumored cooperative mode was confirmed, a first for the franchise. Although the co-op looked fantastic, exactly how it would work was a mystery. Would it be an entire new… Read more »
Microsoft is now selling a Kinect-free Xbox One model for $399, which means a market for used Kinects is opening up, as some people will inevitably buy the cheaper model and later want the Kinect as well. Microsoft has not yet started selling a standalone Kinect and has not yet committed to a price for… Read more »
PlayStation 4 users recently had the opportunity to play the Battlefield Hardline beta, as announced at E3 2014. Speaking from the Battlefield Blog, Visceral Chief Steve Papoutsis announced that a second beta will be coming this fall, for all available platforms. PlayStation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC players will ,presumably, all have… Read more »